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Don't. As Margaret Gould Stewart says during her talk: Think carefully about the policy you attach to that content. By simply blocking it, you miss out on new art forms, new audiences, new distribution channels and new revenue streams. They don't want the publicity you would have brought to your 130,000 readers for free, so I don't see why you should ...
YouTube have a process for overriding the content matching system in cases like this. You can dispute the Content ID match (I presume there is an option to claim fair use), and then the copyright owner has to manually review the match and decide if they still want the video taken down. If they do want it taken down then you can take it a step further and ...
They haven't outright banned it so I think it's safe to say that you are allowed to host websites on Dropbox. There is a wiki page, "Hosting Websites with Dropbox", (that includes information that was hosted on the official Dropbox wiki section) about how you could set it up via CNAME pointing. If you are worried about bandwidth, see Arash F. post on the ...
Put it on your own server. One minute isn't much. Or use s3.
They are called GitHub Pages. Here are the details on how to set it up.
Vimeo is a good choice
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Assuming it is for open source projects, you can find a list of free project hosting services that offer SVN in this Wikipedia article Google Code provides a 1024MB repository quota & more space can be requested
Mixcloud—similar idea, more space.
I've used assembla's free account. They provide 2Gb and it can be a commerical product, as well. http://offers.assembla.com/free-subversion-hosting/ Always been quite reliable, with no issues that I've ran into.
Amazon does not currently (Feb 2011) provide the functionality to place a cap or limit on your bill. There is a third party company that provides this service for you called AWS Balance Monitor
http://imgur.com will do the job for you. You can upload an image from your computer or from the web and it will provide you with a direct link. You can even group multiple images in to a group. Sign up isn't required but if you do it's pretty easy and it lets you manage your images and image groups etc. imgur is used by Stack Exchange when uploading ...
You can now host static Web applications using the static web app console that was released with dropbox.js. The dropbox.js release announcement has a bit more detail, and points to a sample application.
You can store your file on Dropbox and link your file. There are download limits for users but these seem high enough (10GB/day for free users, 250GB/day for paid users). There are also numerous other file hosting services (sort for Direct access). This will not give you an URL from your domain, however you can create a 301 redirect (this script may need ...
As suggested by Kevin Marks, host it yourself, it's way simpler. Instead of S3, you can use the free Coral CDN if you're afraid for the bandwidth. But I don't know if they have a size or download limit on cached content.
Revver might be a good option. They claim to be tough on copyright infringement and to respond to takedown notices quickly but they also explicitly claim that they support Fair Use: We also believe strongly in the freedoms provided by the doctrine of Fair Use under US copyright law and to comparable protections provided under the copyright laws ...
Google says not to worry unless "there is an egregious amount of bandwidth use." http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Google+Docs/thread?tid=4abf7b6e6994865c&hl=en
Dropbox is free and you have access to files in the Public Folder via HTTP. Instructions Here They also have an API in case you want to provide some level of security.
I would try MetaCafe or Dailymotion.
The only thing I can think of that doesn't involve changing hosting is to get your customers to add your e-mail address to their white list. I know it's not ideal, but I see it on a lot of mailing list mails for this very reason.
Even with SenderID and DKIM both properly configured and tested, we can't get our Stack Overflow mails through to hotmail.com email addresses -- they regularly go in the spam folder. Apparently hotmail is a tough nut to crack... The autoresponder at email@example.com is a great resource for this. Send an email to it with a valid reply address, ...
You can do it with ge.tt for any kind of files; not only for html. I uploaded a file called hello.html and I'm getting a link to it which looks like this: http://ge.tt/4yK8elh Playing around I managed to get a direct link to the file, without downloading it, through this address: http://ge.tt/4yK8elh/hello.html Which finally redirects you to ...
WordPress, Blogger, Posterous & Tumblr - all provide hosting with custom domains. I believe WordPress charges extra for custom domains, while Blogger, Posterous & Tumblr do not.
Some of the apps integrated in JIRA Studio do not yet have Mercurial support. For example, JIRA Studio 2.2 integrates Fisheye and Crucible 2.2.4. These products only gained very early Mercurial support in version 2.3 (http://www.atlassian.com/software/fisheye/whats-new.jsp). I'd guess that JIRA Studio won't support Mercurial repositories at least until JIRA ...
I'd suggest you get some hosting solution and program it yourself, this way you are in control of when a crash is going to be fixed.
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